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Chess. No rules as of now, only pieces and a board.
Merely a flashlight that uses ray casting.
Play with your friends and enemies in this exciting manhunt game.
Battle Royale-like game. Provides an API and a reference implementation. Highly radioactive. Work in progress.
Magic Shield Tome.
Propel yourself through space with this new invention. Zero-G recommended. Check settings for tweaks.
Nice for contemplating the mathematical reality and (maybe) good for some minigames.
To be used in a minigame where the player would be required to run from the deadly abnormally fast growing cells, the blocks would have to damage any bystander. Overall, cool, but 3D automata slows down significantly after a few cycles, according to my observations.
Definitely [Downloading...] Unprotector ™®© [TODAY!]
TODAY is MY DAY! THANK you, [Stranger], now the [Scamp] has [[Nowhere to hide]]. Also, can I unprotect players using Unprotector ™®©? Would be great to remove protection while committing [Crimes against humanity] and N,
Had some fun with the legged boat.
And hacked my way through some minor inconveniences, like having to punch in order to place the boat and board it -- I changed the code slightly to fit my needs. This is what free software is for. I will completely unexpectedly show this to my friends in order to ,
Sucked me in for 4 hours straight.
Gave me a lot of goosebumps. Played alone first, then entered the last level with reflective sky blue ground. I found "Riders on the storm" a rather fitting theme for this very level. Then I played with my two friends. This was something extraordinary. Especially the pool level - I oddly loved it... It was so beautiful. I want to come back and remain. My childhood dream of being small and hiding in tiny holes and passages came true. We found finding new paths together very fascinating.
The dungeons and endless corridors...
This mod reminds me of a game I played in 2016 -- Spooky's House of Jump Scares. I always dreamed of having such structures in minetest. The built-in dungeons are, of course, creepy, but not enough, and they often lack in size. Now, me and my friends (and others' friends also) can finally play hide and seek in a programmatically generated deep, dark dungeon. With their deep, dark fantasies. The only insignificant issue I have detected: upon generating a new world (or entering, I don't know yet), log messages are printed in the chat.
Officially one of my favorite mods.
I'm a nice innocent little UFO...
Works as expected, would be fun to use in my manhunts (needs no fuel, unlike apercy's airplanes, but gets destroyed by a single glock 17 shot: pretty balanced, isn't it?). There's a bug though. When I select other items in my hotbar, the player model breaks and becomes giant. I have got 3d_armor installed. Likely has something to do with the armor mod.
Now I can secretly deliver presents to my friends (and enemies). I will definitely NOT gift them fissile uranium or strontium powder. And also it's really nice how the ribbon due to being a particle appears almost three-dimensional, and you can also jump and bounce on those!
Nice little decoration mod.
This mod is like a breath of fresh air for the commonly dull building process. I will use it to construct some nice arenas in order to conduct epic battles with my friends using firearms.
The mod that every server should have!
The best mod that deals with chatting so far.
My experiments have produced interesting results.
Input: "I have been arrested for multiple crimes", "The last capitalist we hang shall be the one who sold us the rope".
Output: "I have been awwested fow muwtipwe cwimes. owo", "The wast capitawist we hang shaww be he one who sowd us the wope. UwU", respectively.
Overall, great, but definitely needs some more triggers that would increase the owoness of the output text, because substituting all of the "r"s for "w"s and placing an "OwO" at the end is too little. More should be done in order to reach the level of Visions of Glory.
They're not only for throwing!
Minetest how-to-fly guide number 2 (the floppy edition).
Step 1: Find (steal) floppies. Minetest bro tip: install ROllerozxa's floppy mod for faster acquiring of throwable floppies. Step 2: Use mese magnets to collect all of the floppies and gather them in your hotbar. Step 3: Gain some velocity using mese thrusters. Step 4: Start throwing floppies in the direction of your free flight, tilted downwards by approximately 45 degrees. Step 5: Jump. Step 6: Successfully fly. Step 7: Lose focus and (also successfully) crash and break every single bone in your body and turn your innards into (some) delicious mince.
A simple voxel game that awakens our inner genious.
NodeCore is both different and indifferent.
At first sight, it does not look any different from MTG or MineClone with an exception of relatively unevenly situated trees and little forest formations. On second thought, you realise that it is indeed different from anything you've seen before. Blocking your ears with earbuds to not hear the muffled screams of your minetest modding slaves, you proceed further into the game. Your failures do not face any aid, and you start thinking that Warr1024 was right, it is indeed brutal... and indifferent to your mistakes. Some may give up, some might search for help online, but only the few ones persist - the future scientists. What I really enjoy about nodecore is the fervor it has been kindly filled with and the freedom of discovery. As others stated, each element serves a single function, with no node appearing useless. And it is in fact like a test, a challenge that determines if you are a scientist by nature. The mine-test.
I haven't ever seen such creative mods before. What an obvious yet outstanding idea. The stair carpets are indeed very important not only in real life, softening our heavy steps from the first floor towards the attic that houses our minetest modding slaves, but also as a mere decoration that pleases, placates, pacifies and satisfies our eyes, tired from the usual humdrum. (Trust me, this is my honest and earnest opinion.)
This amount of work undoubtably deserves a like from me and from literally anyone else visiting this page. Well done, I love survival that involves technology, even if it's simple.